Act fast: Round-trip flights to Italy for as low as $373

From the Colosseum to the Duomo di Milano to the Trevi Fountain, there are so many sights to see in Italy that it’s almost impossible to pack them all into one trip.

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At the same time, a trip to Italy is expensive. Airline tickets from the United States to Italian cities often cost between $900 and $1,000. Such expensive fares can make visiting the country feel out of reach.

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A trip to Italy doesn’t have to be expensive with this offer, though: round-trip trips to multiple Italian cities start at just $373 from various US cities. Fly November 2022 through March 2023 from New York City, Washington DC, San Francisco, Miami and more to Milan, Rome, Venice, Florence, Pisa, Bologna and Turin.

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As this offer extends from autumn to early spring, you can experience Italy with cooler temperatures and fewer crowds.

This deal is only expected to last the next few days, so act fast.

Deal Basics

Airlines: TAP Air Portugal, Lufthansa, United Airlines, Swiss Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Aer Lingus, Air France, Neos and ITA.
Routes: Boston, Newark, New York City, Washington DC, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco, Dallas and other cities to Italy.
How to book: Determine your best available dates through Google Flights, then book directly on the airline’s website.
Travel data: Generally November 2022 to March 2023, excluding Christmas and New Year on certain routes; Certain routes may be available in May 2023.
book by: 1-2 days.

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This offer features discounted fares to cities that include almost all major tourist destinations – such as Rome, Florence, Milan and Venice to name a few. You can also fly to these popular Italian tourist destinations from a handful of US cities

Here are a few highlights:

  • TAP Air Portugal: Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Florence Airport, Peretola (FLR), from $373 (including stopover).
  • TAP Air Portugal: IAD to Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), from $373 (including stopover).
  • TAP Air Portugal: O’Hare International Airport (ORD) to Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO) in Rome from $429 (including stopover).
  • TAP Air Portugal: Miami International Airport (MIA) to FCO, from $431 (including stopover).
  • Neos: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), from $436.
  • Air Lingus: Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to VCE, from $451 (including stopover).
  • TAP Air Portugal: Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport (BLQ), from $473 (stopover included).
  • Delta: San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to MXP, from $539 (including stopover).
  • Lufthansa: JFK to Torino Airport (TRN), from $573 (including stopover).
  • United: Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) to MXP, from $594 (including stopover).

These low prices for several Italian cities are not permanent. So if you are interested in a trip to Italy, we recommend that you book as soon as possible. Fares to Italy can otherwise be at least $900, so these prices are a significant discount.

When booking your flight, we recommend using Google Flights to check your availability and then purchasing your ticket directly on the airline’s website. Airlines are more reliable in case of cancellation, delay or rebooking if you buy tickets directly.

Google Flights also tends to show different prices compared to the airline websites due to third-party booking options.

For a return flight to Milan from San Francisco on February 6-13, Google Flight shows a range of options, all at fairly similar prices. The cheapest possible flight is that of Delta and KLM, priced at $539.

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The Delta flight departs San Francisco at 7:55 a.m. on February 6 and lands in Milan at 9:30 a.m. the next day. There is also a three hour and 23 minute stop at JFK in New York City.

When returning to San Francisco, Google Flights offers a variety of options. There are three flights departing at either 11:45am or 1:00pm and they are all priced the same so the decision is just a matter of preference.

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Prices in this offer are for economy fares only. For a Delta flight to Milan, the $539 fare falls under the airline’s basic economy class; This ticket does not allow seat selection or the ability to make changes to your flight after you have booked the ticket.

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You can upgrade to Delta’s “Main Cabin” for $150 more to receive these additional perks. The Main Cabin option also allows you to check your first bag for free, while the Basic Economy includes an additional checked bag fee.

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With airlines dropping fares for several Italian cities, this deal is definitely worth it. Since these prices are only valid for a day or two, now is the time to start planning your next trip to Italy. Perhaps you can visit the Colosseum or traverse the Tuscan countryside while sipping wine.

Note that these offers are for economy fares and some have multiple stops, so keep that in mind. A Delta flight from San Francisco to Milan has a travel time of well over 18 hours, and sitting in basic economy seats may not suit every traveler.

However, it is not often that you can fly to the main tourist destinations in Italy for such a low price, so act quickly before the planes fill up.